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UFC Conor Mcgregor: Once upon a time in Dublin, Ireland lived a boy who grew up in a tough neighborhood. Nobody ever imagined this boy would one day grow up to be the biggest star in the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) and boxer known as Conor McGregor.
But how did Conor McGregor become a mixed martial artist and boxer? Why did he become a mixed martial artist and boxer? Is it true that he was bullied as a kid? Is he a trained plumber? What was his life like before fame? It’s time for me to answer all these questions and more since this is ASMR Aaron back at it again with another daily video to help you relax. So, lay back and enjoy the ride. I hope this video gets you through your day or even better I hope this read helps you gently fall asleep. I can’t wait to get started. This is the tale of Conor McGregor.
Conor Anthony McGregor was born to parents Tony and Margaret McGregor on July 14, 1988, in Dublin, Ireland. Raised in the rough working-class section of Crumlin, McGregor enjoyed playing soccer as a boy before finding an outlet for his aggression in boxing. He was a member of the Crumlin Boxing Club from age 11 to 17, winning a Dublin Novice Championship during that time.
In his later teen years, McGregor began training in the still little-known sport of mixed martial arts, under John Kavanagh. He also found a job as an apprentice plumber but elected to forego the profession, over his parents’ objections, to pursue his dream of becoming a professional fighter.
McGregor made his professional debut on March 8, 2008, for the London-based promotion Cage Warriors, winning by TKO. He lost two of his first six fights before reeling off an impressive winning streak, claiming both the featherweight championship and the lightweight championship in 2012.
Signed by UFC President Dana White in early 2013, McGregor impressed with a first-round knockout in his April debut for the organization. He continued his winning ways through July 2015, when he defeated Chad Mendes for the interim featherweight title. That December, he knocked out Jose Aldo in a record 13 seconds to unify the featherweight title.
When lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos pulled out of their planned March 2016 title bout due to injury, McGregor jumped one more weight class to fight Nate Diaz at 170 pounds. The Irishman was eventually worn down by the bigger Diaz before submitting to a chokehold, ending his 15-match winning streak.
In their much-anticipated rematch that August, McGregor again jumped out to a fast start before the tide turned. This time he rebounded to win the crucial fourth round and held on through Diaz’s desperate late flurry to win the instant classic by majority decision.
Dropping back to the more comfortable lightweight class, McGregor delivered another impressive performance with a second-round TKO of Eddie Alvarez in November 2016, simultaneously making him the UFC’s lightweight and featherweight champions.
McGregor’s relationship with the UFC became strained when his inactivity in the octagon prompted its president to strip the fighter of his featherweight and lightweight titles by early 2018.
McGregor made his long-awaited return in October 2018, nearly two years after his last UFC fight, to challenge the new lightweight champ, Khabib Nurmagomedov. Right after Nurmagomedov’s fourth-round win, the two sides erupted in a post-match brawl, resulting in a six-month suspension for McGregor.
On March 26, 2019, McGregor announced via Twitter that he was retiring from the sport that made him famous, concluding his MMA career with a record of 21 wins and four losses. However, later in the year the fighter confirmed that he intended to make a comeback in January 2020.
McGregor’s return was a success, as he finished off American Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone with a 40-second TKO — the second-fastest win of his career, and his first victory in more than three years.
McGregor stands 5’9″ and has a 74″ reach, measurements that usually give him an advantage in his matches. He has mostly fought as a featherweight (145 pounds) and lightweight (155 pounds) but has beefed up to 170 pounds for his welterweight bouts.
McGregor has trained in a variety of disciplines, including Capoeira, Tae Kwon Do and Karate, and holds a brown belt with the grappling techniques of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. However, he is primarily known for his pure punching power, specifically for a left hook that has sent numerous opponents to the mat.
Kicking off the promotional tour of his bout with Floyd Mayweather in the summer of 2017, McGregor wore a spiffy pinstripe suit which, upon closer review, revealed the pinstripes to be made by lines of the phrase “F*** You.”
Less than two weeks later, the suitmaker, David August, Inc., announced it would release a limited edition of the profane garment to satisfy demands. According to the company website, the made-to-measure three-piece wool suit would cost $6,500, with an estimated completion time of 12 to 15 weeks.
Operating under the handle @TheNotoriousMMA, McGregor had more than 34 million Instagram followers and another 7.8 million on Twitter as of January 2020.
Demonstrating the same brashness that accompanies his public appearances, the champ uses his social media accounts to trash talk opponents, plug his endorsements and show off new toys. But his posts also occasionally reveal the gentle side behind the bravado, particularly when it comes to showing off photos of his son.
Along with his fighting prowess and brash statements, McGregor is known for the numerous tattoos that adorn his body. He says he received his first tattoo of Arabic writing on his left heel at age 20 after a night of drinking. Otherwise, most of the ink has appeared since he moved to the UFC in 2013, including the large one on his chest of a gorilla wearing a crown and biting into a heart, and the tiger on his abdomen, between his last name and his nickname. McGregor also has a winged crucifix on the back of his neck, connected to a helix of thorns running down his spine, and a conglomeration of rose bushes, writing and human figures spread across his left forearm.
In April 2018, two days before the UFC 223 event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, McGregor showed up with an entourage at the end of a media event and proceeded to wreak havoc, throwing a hand truck at a bus. The smashed glass injured some of the UFC fighters inside, two of whom saw their upcoming fights canceled as a result.
White, who called the incident the “most despicable thing in UFC history,” said the Irish fighter attempted to justify his actions via text by explaining the bad blood between his and Nurmagomedov’s camps. Turning himself in to the NYPD that night, McGregor was arrested and charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief.
In March 2019, McGregor was arrested on charges of strong-armed robbery and criminal mischief in Miami, Florida. According to the police report, the fighter slapped a phone out of a fan’s hand as they left a club and proceeded to walk away with it. McGregor was booked into a Miami-Dade jail later that day and released after posting bond.
On March 26, the same day he announced his MMA retirement, it was revealed that McGregor was under investigation in Ireland for sexual assault. The alleged incident took place in Dublin in December 2018, leading McGregor’s arrest and release the following month, pending further investigation.
In the fall of 2017, MMA fans got a chance to see behind-the-scenes footage of the Irish fighter with the release of Conor McGregor: Notorious. Culled from four years of filming, the documentary follows his rise from the European Cage Fighters circuit to his perch as the sport’s biggest star, capturing highlights like his blink-and-you’ll-miss-it knockout of Jose Aldo, and the crushing loss to Nate Diaz. Notorious also drew praise for showing the tender side of the fighter through his relationship with girlfriend Dee Devlin, and his giddiness in meeting another European-born man who conquered America with his physical prowess, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Those close to McGregor know the power behind the UFC throne lies in the hands of longtime girlfriend Dee Devlin. Also from Dublin, Devlin reportedly met McGregor at a nightclub in 2008, when his MMA career was getting off the ground. Although he was on welfare at the time—and remained so for many years after—she stuck with him through the unpredictable early stages of his career, eventually quitting her job as a secretary to travel with the fighter when he began achieving success.
A vital member of Team McGregor, Devlin helps to train the champ, cooks his meals and generally provides a soothing presence. She also added the invaluable role of mother on May 5, 2017, when she gave birth to Conor Jack McGregor Jr.
McGregor’s last fight, against, Khabib Nurmagomedov – in October 2018 – ended in defeat for the 31-year-old inside and there has was a host of controversy away from it.
There’s been plenty of talk about The Notorious’ comeback and he is now set to enter the ring once again.
McGregor is looking to reclaim his role as the sport’s top dog and his next fight will be key to how his career plays out going forward.
Speculation was rife about McGregor’s sporting future following that damaging defeat to Khabib.
There was talk he could retire or have another shot at a boxing fight.
But he now will return to the Octagon this Saturday night, January 18 – the early hours of Sunday morning for UK fight fans.
McGregor will take on Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as the headline fight for UFC 246.
And so ends the tale of UFC Conor Mcgregor, the greatest MMA star and boxer who lived happily after continuing to fight even though saying he will retire.
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